Product Description

ISO Cube Daily QA Phantom CIRS 023

Target positioning through imaging guidance is critical for the accurate delivery of radiation treatment. Verifying that all of the imaging, localization and targeting systems are aligned with the true radiation isocenter is crucial. The CIRS ISO Cube provides a cost-effective, quick and accurate means of testing radiation isocenter coincidence with the isocenters of the image guidance systems.

The ISO Cube was designed specifically for daily system checks. The lasers and light field can be tuned to the true radiation isocenter using the engraved markings on the exterior of the ISO Cube. The light field and radiation field alignment can be checked using integral radiographic markers. More importantly the isocenters of both the ODI and the EPID can be checked for true spacial alignment and coincidence with that of the treatment beam.

The ISO Cube contains a unique center point fiducial and an offset target. The offset target is used to insure the table offset coordinates generated by kV/MV imaging are accurate by locating the target, moving the table the determined amounts and verifying that the offset target has been positioned at the isocenter. The exterior is machined with concentric circle targets to allow user to objectively assess all setup errors, including rotations, and to easily align the phantom to the true radiation isocenter.

  • Fast and easy to use
  • Unique shell fiducials produce sharp clear images in EPID, kV and CBCT imaging
  • Offset fiducial to check accuracy of couch corrections
  • Check
  • Laser alignment
  • Light field size verification
  • kV and MV imager coincidence
  • CBCT process accuracy
  • ODI accuracy
  • Table height accuracy
  • Radiation field/light field alignment
  • Country of Origin: United States of America


Manufacturer CIRS
Item Ships From Virginia
GSA Contract Number V797D-40246

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If you encounter a problem with this item, please contact Customer Service within 14 days of product receipt. If unable to correct the problem, a return material authorization (RMA) number will be issued. Restocking fees may apply at the discretion of the manufacturer. All returns should be packed in the original cases and/or packaging and must include any accessories, manuals and documentation that shipped with the product. The RMA number must be clearly indicated on the outside of each returned package. CIRS recommends that you use a carrier that offers shipment tracking for all returns and insure the full value of your package so that you are completely protected if the shipment is lost or damaged in transit. If you choose not to use a carrier that offers tracking or insure the product, you will be responsible for any loss or damage to the product during shipping. CIRS will not be responsible for lost or damaged return shipments. Return freight and insurance is to be pre-paid.


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